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Madison woman takes deal on 'Shark Tank'

Posted: 8:27 AM, Nov 19, 2018
Updated: 2018-11-19 13:26:27-05
Madison woman takes deal on 'Shark Tank'

MADISON -- A Madison entrepreneur took a deal with two of the investors on Shark Tank Sunday night.

Kate Field runs The Kombucha Shop and home brewing supply company so people can make their own kombucha at home, reported WKOW  .

The Kombucha Shop was founded in 2013, when Field decided to create a home-brewing kombucha kit according to WISC-TV

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

We just couldn’t get enough of these two, so we picked them and their mom (@kelleyphoto) as our ‘Featured Brewer’ this month! What’s the Featured Brewer you ask? Click the link in our profile if you missed the August newsletter and also subscribe. You’ll get exclusive discounts, recipes, news and tips. You may even see yourself featured - keep sharing and tagging us in your homebrewed #Kombucha photos ! . . . #Repost @kelleyphoto ・・・ One of the subjects the boys have been most enthusiastic to dive into during our homeschooling efforts this year is food - the culinary arts! Sully has been an avid lover of kombucha for years. Grady's still warming up to it, but they both loved our new "pet" Scoby and couldn't wait to start brewing our first batch! We'll let you know in a week or two how it turns out!

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The business owner took an investment deal with Sara Blakely and Barbara Corcoran for $200,000 and a $150,000 line of credit, only losing 10 percent of her company according to WKOW. 

Field discovered her passion for kombucha while working as a culinary and nutrition educator for low-income families in Washington, DC, her website says .  What began as a side hobby quickly blossomed into one of largest and most reliable home brew kombucha companies.